A Reading man has made it through to the halfway stage of the BBC show Interior Design Masters, after progressing through episode three last night.

Dean, 41, was partnered up with fellow contestant Amy Davies for the task of episode three, which was to transform a student common room at the Gordano School in Bristol.

They did well, actually winning the week and avoiding elimination, with their room being described as having a "clear identity".

In an Instagram post after the episode, Dean wrote: "Wow...well school is OUT!!!

"I’m so so happy I can say me @amydavies_design graduated school with flying colours!!

"This one was all about the kids & so so happy they loved the room & so thankful for @michelleogundehin @sophierobinsoninteriors wonderful comments!!

"I had the best partner in @amydavies_design & we had the same vision & made this space look sick lol!

"The graffiti was truly amazing so watch out @banksy Amy coming for your spot 🙌🏾

"I hope everyone loved the our room & will share more pictures tomorrow! Thank you all for the love & support so far & roll on next week!!"

Interior Design Masters is hosted by Alan Carr, where aspiring designers compete to transform show homes, shops, restaurants and bar in front of judges including Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Mary Portas and Michelle Ogundehin.

Episode four of the show will air at 9pm on BBC One on Wednesday, March 30.